You spend a lot of time entering your data with your genealogy software, so you might as well be using the one that is best for you. I would recommend using just the one you like the most for recording purposes. You will get familiar and efficient in data entry if you use just one program for that.
Thinking that you'll "only" use your program for recording purposes is unrealistic. You cannot ensure that your data as you entered it is correct unless you see it in context with your other data, or run consistency tests with it. So you will always need some other capabilities other than just data entry in your genealogy software.
So once you've decided on your best program for data entry, there's no reason not to have others around. Each may do some report or have some checking feature that your "best for data entry" program won't. And with GEDCOM transfer between programs, it is often easy to take advantage of those extra capabilities the other programs have.